Filippos Raskovic (b.1994) is a Greek/Serbian composer and pianist from Athens, based in London. After completing a Diploma in piano performance at Maiandrio Conservatory, he continued his studies at the Royal Academy of Music as a BMus composition student under the tutelage of Rubens Askenar, Simon Bainbridge, and Philip Dawson. He also had lessons and masterclasses with prestigious musicians including Oliver Knussen and Sir Harrison Birtwistle.

Filippos is interested in sound exploration by approaching instruments in a tactile way, using electroacoustic processes, multimedia, and collaborating with artists from different fields such as theatre and dance.

Notable works include Ostria for solo trumpet, premiered at the International Trumpet Guild Conference (USA, 2018), Installation Κινούμεμη κίνηση, ‘Moving movement’, as part of the UdK Summer Festival (University of Arts, Berlin, 2018), Benchmark for two dancers and live electronics (APT gallery, London, 2018), and music for the Kings College German Society’s production of Woyzeck by Georg Büchner (London, 2019).

He is the artistic director and founder of the Krama Contemporary Music Festival scheduled for April 2019 in Athens, Greece. Furthermore, he has been accepted in the MMus composition programme at the Royal Academy of Music.

Filippos has been awarded with the 2nd prize of the Dionisian Trust Chopin Piano Competition in Athens 2013, the Entrance Scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music during all of his BMus academic years, and the Evan Senior Discretionary Scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music in 2018 for a combination of good work, conduct, and general achievement throughout the academic year.